Spring - Summer 2023 collection

vegetable dye

Discover our pieces in organic cotton canvas, dyed with 100% natural ingredients and learn more about vegetable dyeing thanks to the dedicated article in our newspaper.

At KIND STUDIO, we believe in another way of producing and consuming. We create everyday essentials with an assertive style, placing people and the environment at the heart of our values. Beautiful pieces, which make sense, in which you will feel good.

Spring - Summer 2023 Collection

Our new collection celebrates women who do. The women who cook, plant, make and create.

This collection features different textures and pieces that combine and layer to create wearable and transformable silhouettes. Workwear and apron-like pieces are combined with feminine and sensual cuts.

The collection also celebrates Indian craftsmanship and ancestral technique, from weaving to dyeing. The naturalness of the hand-woven ecru cotton and the rawness of the thick plant-dyed canvas are combineb with the soft and light materials as well as the checks and stripes that we love and which, season after season, have become a signature. of the brand.

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  1. Why are we going back to natural dyes?

    More than a trend, natural dyeing is part of a real move towards truly responsible fashion. This way of dyeing clothes is not new, however. It is even an ancestral know-how, made invisible in favor of synthetic and industrial methods, endangering ecosystems. For our latest collection, vegetable dye returns to Kind Studio. This is an opportunity to take a look on this almost forgotten process.
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    Today, and like every last Friday of November, it's Black Friday. What about Kind Studio?
  3. Manufacturing in India: a choice against the trend.

    It is not by chance or by economic interest that we have chosen India as the main country for the design of our garments. A choice that is subject to controversy, often by misinformation on the made in India and what that implies. Between raw materials, know-how and social commitments, this choice makes sense for an ethical fashion brand like ours and we explain why in this new article of our journal.